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    Default Re: Newlines in log file

    The program posted uses #<_X> and #<_Y>. I haven't yet compared the values in those variables with the values in #5061 and #5062. Will they differ?



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    Default Re: Newlines in log file

    Yes they do differ . The trip point values are teh most reliable and are LEAST effected by probing feedrate . IF teh values you are using are axis positions then they are effected by feedrate as teh machine has to come to a stop and the distance to stop is reflected in teh axis stopped position. Where as the trip points are recorded before the deacceleration occurs.

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    Default Re: Newlines in log file

    Thanks! I'll change to using #5061 and #5062.



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